hringan
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
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hringan
Add:I. intrans. To give out a sound [Sal. 266: B. 327 in Dict.] II. trans. 1. to ring a bell Dó þú mid þínum twám handum swylce þú bellan ringe, Tech. ii. 118, 20. 2. with cognate object Tácnu þænne hí hringað signa dum sonant, Angl. xiii. 392, 382. Cyrcwerd hringe tá[c]n edituus sonet signum, 384, 272. 3. to announce a time by ringing Sý þæs abbodes gýmen þæt mon ealle tída þæs godcundan þeówdómes on rihte tíman hrincge, oþþe hé sylf ǽlce tíd getácnige, oðþe swylcum bréðer þá gýmene betǽce þe ǽlce tíd . . . mid beácne geswytelige nuntianda hora operis Dei sit cura abbatis, aut ipse nuntiare, aut tali fratri injungat hanc curam ut omnia compleantur, R. Ben. 72, 10-14. Wé lǽrað man on rihtne tíman tída ringe, Ll. Th. ii. 254, 5: 296, 3. v. ge-hringan.
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